Undergraduate Catalog


PET/CT Technology AA

Major Requirements

An Associate of Arts degree with a major in PET/CT technology consists of:

BIOL 322Human Anatomy & Physiology I

3

BIOL 322LHuman Anatomy & Physiology/Lab

1

BIOL 323Human Anatomy & Physiology II

3

BIOL 323LHuman Anatomy & Physiology II/Lab

1

CHEM 130General Chemistry I/Lecture

3

CHEM 130LGeneral Chemistry I/Lab

1

HEPR 150Introduction to Health Professions

1

HEPR 220Medical Terminology

3

 

COMM 110Principles of Speech

3

or

COMM 211Argumentation and Debate

3

 

MATH 138College Algebra

4

or

Higher

 

PECT 410PET/CT Patient Care

1

PECT 415PET/CT Radiation Protection

3

PECT 420PET/CT Computers

1

PECT 425PET/CT Image Quality Analysis

3

PECT 430PET/CT Instrumentation

3

PECT 435PET/CT Processing

2

PECT 440PET/CT Cross Sectional Anatomy

2

PECT 445PET/CT Radiopharmacy

2

PECT 450PET/CT Procedures I

3

PECT 455PET/CT Procedures II

3

PECT 460PET/CT Pharmaceuticals

2

PECT 475Clinical PET/CT I

12

PECT 476Clinical PET/CT II

12

PECT 477PET/CT Capstone

1

one of the following options:

PHYS 250General Physics I/Lecture

3

and

PHYS 250LGeneral Physics I/Lab

1

or

PHYS 260Physics for the Health Sciences

4

Admission to and completion of the PET/CT program is competitive and requires applicants to have active board certification in nuclear medicine technology or become board certified prior to completion of the PET/CT program through either the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board and/or through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.